I love sharing things about our friends and partners, and today I’ve picked one cool thing to share with you from each of the awesome folks hanging out on our sidebar. This month is a little heavy on memory keeping links, because that’s what’s on my brain lately and this month Jake didn’t help pick links. That’s what happens when.
We are newly obsessed with Sevenly. This awesome apparel company donates a portion of sales to a different cause each week, with new designs each week. We’ve been supporting them weekly for about six weeks now, and have been stocking up on things to give as gifts. When Jonas’s shirt from last week gets here in a few days, we’ll be able to take an everyone-in-the-family-is-decked-out-in-Sevenly photo! We’re kind of obsessively in love. Make sure to check the blog next Monday for an awesome post and giveaway from Sevenly. For this week, hop over for awesome designs that help get service dogs to kids that need them. (Also, Sevenly has given us a special link so we can track our impact! They aren’t paid sponsors and we aren’t affiliates, we just love them.)
I love how Allie from Alexandra Rae Design used Project Life to document about a million photos for her grandmother’s Safari: she’s calling it Project Safari and it is so cool.
Amy from Lemon and Raspberry does the best Day in the Life posts. Seriously.
Kim from Art Equals Happy just redesigned her blog and I LOVE it.
Kristin from rukristin papercrafts made the best little Chicago Mini Ablum using Project Life cards.
The Week in Food posts from Whitney at Modern Day Memory Keeper are so awesome! She not only shows you what her family is eating, but what groceries she bought and about how much money she spent too.
It was so fun getting a peak into the new paintings Jenny and Aaron from Everyday is a Holiday are working on. They look so real, I could eat them. And I might.
So excited to see Kam’s Week 1 of Project Life at Campfire Chic. Love that she starts her albums on her birthday.
Megan from the Nautical Owl is raising funds for her puppy Jarvis, who has been diagnosed with canine malabsorption syndrome. Help if you can!
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I have never been more excited about a class than I am about Ali Edward’s Hello Story. I loved getting a video sneak peek in the “Under the Covers” segment of the free Big Picture Classes Pajama Party (you must be logged in access the free class).
What posts have you been loving from your friends lately?